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"Americans have the will to resist because they have weapons. If you don't have a gun, freedom of speech has no power." -- Yoshimi Ishikawa, Japanese author, in the LA Times 15 Oct 1992
The Army now has a permanent garrison in Poland, a major milestone underscoring that country's central role as a hub of NATO support for Ukraine's fight against invading Russian forces. Thus far, however, the garrison is shaping up to be a fraction of the size of the service's other installations in three other European countries, all of which are much farther from Russian territory.
The Army's V Corps, headquartered at Fort Knox, Kentucky, has had a forward presence at Camp Kosciuszko in Poland since 2020, largely to manage logistics of the Pentagon's sprawling mission in the region bolstering NATO's front lines. President Joe Biden in 2022 promised to make it permanent, with that promise being realized Tuesday.
"We are proud of the declaration of President Biden regarding the permanent presence of American troops in Poland," Polish Deputy Prime Minister Mariusz Blaszczak said in a statement. "We have been striving for this for years, for the word 'permanent' -- and it has just become a reality."
German Dr. Arne Burkhardt shows a medical slideshow of confirmed spike proteins replacing sperm almost entirely.
28 year old man who died 140 days after injection.
Spike protein is in the tests shows almost no spermatocytes in here.
"If I were a woman in fertile age, I would not plan a motherhood from a man who was vaccinated."
US' party politics is further moving toward degradation and radicalization. The weaponization of the judiciary has gravely undermined its independence, which is considered a source of pride in democratic politics in the US and the West.
Officials in New York and Washington, DC, are preparing for potential protests as a grand jury empaneled as part of the investigation into former US president Donald Trump's alleged role in a scheme to pay hush money to adult film star Stormy Daniels continues to weigh possible charges, according to CNN on Tuesday. Over the weekend, Trump called for his supporters to protest his expected indictment, leading to concerns that the Capitol riots will repeat.
Apart from the charge in the Daniels case, Trump is also facing legal problems such as his role in the Capitol attack on January 6, 2021. The timing of the indictment, at the start of a new election cycle, conveys the message that some political forces in the US are concerned about Trump's continued presence in the country's political arena, racking their brains to deprive him of his candidacy, said Shen Yi, an international relations professor at Fudan University.
An NPR report documented how the Rolling Stone misled readers on a story about an FBI raid on a prominent journalist's house by hiding accusations of child sex abuse against the reporter.
The Rolling Stone report implied that the April 2 raid on the home of ABC News national security producer James Gordon Meek might be a case of the government going after journalists out of political motivation.
The report from October lionized Meek, who had worked for ABC News since 2013 but left the organization after the raid and had a book deal cancelled.
Almost a year later, it was revealed that Meek was being investigated for child sex abuse, and NPR says the Rolling Stone covered up the information.
ATTN: The first two pictures in this video are NOT REAL. They are AI generated depictions.
AI-generated images of former President Donald Trump being arrested and going to prison are circulating online ahead of his possible indictment in a long-running hush money investigation.
A viral Twitter thread this week features dozens of life-like images of the former president resisting arrest, being lodged in jail, tried in court and acclimating to prison life.
Russia blasted an apartment block in Ukraine with missiles on Wednesday after launching a swarm of drones at cities overnight, a deadly display of force following a solidarity visit by China's leader Xi Jinping.
Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy tweeted security camera video of a residential apartment block in the southern city of Zaporizhzhia exploding as it was struck with a missile in broad daylight.
Reuters verified the footage and witnessed the aftermath: firefighters struggling to put out flames engulfing the wreckage. Regional authorities said at least one person was confirmed dead and 25 wounded in the strike.
450 Million Doses Of Covid Vaccine Trashed In Europe Because No One Will Take The Jab
FOX Business' Maria Bartiromo, Washington Examiner's Kaylee McGhee White, WSJ assistant editorial page editor and Bullseye American Ingenuity Fund's Adam Johnson discuss Democrats praising Biden's immigration policies and the surge of Chinese nationals at the border.
China's peace plan for Ukraine could be used as a basis to end the war, Vladimir Putin has said.
But Mr Putin said the plan could be put forward only when they are ready "in the West and Kyiv".
The Russian leader met Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday in Moscow to discuss the conflict, and relations between the two countries.
China's plan, published last month, does not explicitly call for Russia to leave Ukraine.
Listing 12 points, it calls for peace talks and respect for national sovereignty, without specific proposals.
But Ukraine has insisted on Russia withdrawing from its territory as a condition for any talks - and there is no sign that Russia is ready to do that.
What is happening now has never happened before in human history. We are witnessing the first-ever world revolution. The riots in France, the US military disobedience of fake President Joe Biden, the unification of the Muslim people, the collapse of Credit Suisse and many more events around the world are all interconnected signs of this. It is all part of the overthrow of a hidden ruling class that has presided over the planet for thousands if not tens of thousands of years. The final result will be both mind-boggling and liberating for humanity and earth life in general.
Before we go look at all the events unfolding though, let us try to grasp the big picture. My former professor Sa’adullah Ghausy -who was Afghanistan’s Ambassador to Japan before the Russians invaded his country- said the best way to understand international relations is to think of countries as individual people.
Amazon—the vast global internet enterprise that single-handedly shuttered countless smaller retailers—is putting the interests of big pharma ahead of the health and well-being of its customers. In a move that surely pleases the FDA and pharmaceutical companies, Amazon decided last month to no longer sell nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN), a molecule naturally occurring in all life forms and vital in longevity. On the cutting edge of lifespan research, Amazon’s decision to remove NMN products is unrelated to safety issues. Instead, it hinges on a recent FDA decision announcing that because NMN is under investigation by big pharma as a potential new drug, it can no longer be marketed as a supplement. With the FDA’s corruption in full view thanks to COVID, this isn’t the first time the agency has allowed pharmaceutical giants to turn natural ingredients into profitable drugs while banning the affordable supplement version.
San Francisco, California- Groups of teenagers engaged in brawls on multiple occasions inside a San Francisco mall recently. These brawls have involved students kicking, punching, and stomping each other as well as innocent onlookers.
The San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) told Fox news that three brawls took place at the Stonestown Mall, a popular teenage hangout between March 15-17.
One particularly disturbing incident happened at 4 pm inside a Target store last Friday. Video shows teenagers jumping on a man and then slamming him to the ground.
Poor Brian Kilmeade sounds like he is reporting on a funeral this morning. The FOX and Friends host and Trump-basher reported on the latest Morning Consult pull showing President Trump up 54 to 26 over Governor Ron DeSantis.
Kilmeade then compared President Trump to Jeb! Bush in 2016. That’s a stretch!
Fellow FOX and Friends hosts look like they are reporting on a funeral.
President Trump’s lead continues to grow over Governor DeSantis with each poll. Not sure how that compares to Jeb Bush, Brian?
On February 27, 2023, a “John Doe” interested party (a person whose identity had been sealed by the court because of their affiliation with Epstein) filed a Brief opposing Gateway Pundit’s appeal and asking the Court of Appeals to deny the brief.
The “John Doe”’s arguments are extremely lame. “Doe” merely argues that Gateway Pundit waited too long to request the arguments. According to “Doe,” GP and the public have no interest in the Epstein sex client list because too much time has transpired.
While all eyes have been distracted by First Republic Bank's efforts to re-capitalize, it appears Pacific West Bank (PacWest) has also been trying to raise capital.
The bank issued an update this morning confirming that it is abandoning its plans for a capital raise:
In addition to these liquidity-enhancing measures, and as part of its proactive approach to capital and liquidity management, the Company has explored a capital raise with potential investors.
In light of the current volatility in the market and depressed market prices for regional bank stocks, as well as the availability of other options to enhance capital, the Company determined it would not be prudent to move forward with a transaction at this time.
This decision reflects the Company’s confidence in its financial strength and commitment to ensuring the long-term stability and profitability of the institution.
At a Monday morning work session of the Clearwater City Council that ran for over three hours, Mayor Frank Hibbard stepped down from his position.
Hibbard, a moderate Republican, had been alone in opposing a proposed $90 million City Hall and municipal complex due to an unfunded gap of $60 million in the project's financing, according to the Tampa Bay Times. He told WTSP that his departure was based solely on his commitment to fiscal responsibility, not any other factors. "There's no graft or anything else," he said. "It was a 4 to 1 vote forward with what I believe is reckless spending."
In my last column, I compared Fox News host Tucker Carlson to the CBS journalist Edward R. Murrow, who used his reporting in the 1950s to change the course of history.
For that comparison I apologize.
It is now apparent that Carlson far exceeds Murrow in his courage, his thoughtfulness, and his stubborn refusal to accede to pressure.
Let’s get this straight. Murrow was a brilliant journalist, but his reputation as a dedicated war correspondent during the Battle of Britain also made him a beloved figure to his fellow reporters and to the politicians whom he covered. Thus, when he stood up against the bullying tactics of Sen. Joseph McCarthy, Murrow knew he could count on the support of CBS, other journalists, and even senators who had been the target of McCarthy’s blind rage. In a very real sense, it was McCarthy’s own character flaws that brought him down, to the detriment of his anti-Communist crusade, which had accurately identified the very real threat of Soviet sympathizers who had infiltrated the federal government. Murrow was just the catalyst, and he was lauded for his efforts.
Presidential candidate Donald Trump announced his plan to finally ‘drain the swamp’ in Washington, D.C., and return power back to the American people by cleaning out what he calls the ‘Deep State.’
The Republican nominee surely views his inability to clean up Washington by removing career bureaucrats who eventually turned their back on America by taking down his presidency as one of his biggest regrets.
As such, he launched a video in which he described his plan to rectify the situation should he win the presidency again in 2024.
The plan includes “firing rogue bureaucrats and career politicians” and “targeting government corruption.”